Donald Trump’s appearance at a NATO summit yesterday was “tense” and rife with palpable discord, the New York Times writes.
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Britain’s terror alert system has been raised to its highest level, indicating a possible imminent attack, as authorities investigate the “network” of Salman Abedi, the British man who carried out the deadly suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester on Monday night. The U.K.
A suicide bombing at a pop concert in the British city of Manchester killed 22 people and wounded 59 other victims late last night. The bomber has been identified as Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old British son of Libyan immigrants, the New York Times reports.
Former FBI Director James Comey has agreed to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Times reported over the weekend. His testimony, before an open hearing of the committee, will be scheduled for some time after Memorial Day.
The New York Times reports that President Donald Trump told Russian diplomats in the Oval Office that firing former FBI Director James Comey relieved “great pressure” on him, calling Comey “a real nut job” and adding “I’m not under investigation.” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has not disputed the account, which was derived from a document su
Yesterday evening, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate possible ties between Russian officials and Trump campaign affiliates.
Yesterday, the New York Times published a stunning report that in February, President Trump requested that recently-fired FBI Director James Comey end the FBI investigation into his former National Securit
Yesterday, the Washington Post broke a story alleging that President Donald Trump disclosed “highly classified information” received from a foreign intelligence partner to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador to the Un
While experts speaking to the Wall Street Journal feared that infections from the WannaCry ransomware that flooded Europe and Asia late last week might spike again as employees returned to work on Monday morning, the New York Times reports that there is no evidence of a second wave of infections